Launching Of The Q4 1967

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  • The "Q4" referred to here was the Cunard Line's code-name for what we now know as the QE2.

    The christening and launch seen here took place on 20 September 1967.

    Not currently documented, at 03:50 thirteen Blackburn Buccaneers of the Fleet Air Arm fly over in anchor formation.

    jamied 15th Jan 2013

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